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When you have a disability and turn 18, you may be able to get extra help. Social Security can help you get some money to pay for what you need in life as an adult. Medicaid can help you pay for going to the doctor and also help you pay for people to help you if you need it.
Download a flyer about KentuckyWorks resources regarding the impact of work on wages.
Download “Student Earned Income Exclusion” Infographic. This infographic talks about the Students Earned Income Exclusion which enables many students to earn ...Read More
View the video [link] This video provides all the basics that youth with disabilities and their parents need to know ...Read More
Download "The Truth About Working While Receiving SSDI Infographic" Infographic. Please print and share! ...Read More
Download "Working and SSI in 2020" Infographic. Please print and share! ...Read More
Kentucky STABLE [link] These accounts take about 15 minutes to set up and allow you to save for your child's ...Read More
Visit the Transportation Initiative website [link] The Transportation Initiative is a project of UK’s Human Development Institute and is funded ...Read More
Check out the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Youth Toolkit website for tips, checklists, and tools to support successful work outcomes for SSI ...Read More
Disability Benefits 101 [link] gives you tools and information on health coverage, benefits, and employment. You can plan ahead and ...Read More
GotTransition [link] Gives lots of information about health transition and other websites to help. Phone: 202-223-1500 Email: info@GotTransition.org ...Read More
A Self-Advocate’s Guide to Medicaid [link] Easy read guide to Medicaid ...Read More